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March 26, 2018, 02:47:48 AM
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Hi everyone,

So I was considering buying MicroCode's HYIP Script (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2363683.0), however after some research I found multiple evidences of him being a scammer, so I feel like I should just post here my findings and let you judge for yourself, here is my original post:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2363683.msg32835971#msg32835971

1) On this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1876332.msg18650429#msg18650429
He mentioned his email is: gilbert.capitalgain@gmail.com

This email is associated with: hackbitco.in (A SCAMMER HYIP that stopped paying people)
This information is publicly available : https://www.hyip.biz/details/hackbitco.in
Thread here on bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1853557.0

He gave some lame ass excuse as to this belonging to an older partner of his, blah blah. No evidence posted though, so take it as you will.


2) Notice how every SINGLE person on his thread, who is giving positive reviews is/was a owner of SCAMMER HYIP (look at their "Trust" profile page and see for yourself). Not only this, but most of their total posts are coincidentally on each others threads.
Proofs:
https://bitcoinlovers.net(Template 1)
https://bitcoinvalentine.net (Template 1)
https://bitcoinstack.net (Template 2)
https://royal-coin.net (Template 3)
(Doesn't mean much, but all .net domains Tongue)

You can search these links on Google Images and you will see the templates of these websites are the exact same ones he shows off on his OP.


Bitcointalk Profiles:
BitcoinLovers: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2450623.0 (Template 1)
BitcoinValentines: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2934843.0 (Template 1)
BitcoinStalk owner: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=510462 (Template 2)
BitcoinStalk v2 owner: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=845003 (Template 2)
RoyalCoin: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=510462  (Template 3)

The owner of BitcoinLovers closed the project all of a sudden as you can see on the thread I linked above, then he came up with BitcoinValentines (Notice how this idiot created a new account but didn't even change the "Bitcoin Lovers" on his post).


3) MicroCode's demo website is: https://bitcoincycler.net/ (Also: http://demo.bitcoincycler.net/)
Here are some scammer complaints (in Polish): http://www.hyipforum.pl/topic/12339-scam-bitcoincycler-bitcoincyclernet/
Another blog calling them scammers: https://educationbitcoin.blogspot.com/p/bitcoin-scam-websites-list.html
There are more, just search on Google and you will find it yourself.

But here's when it gets more interesting!!!
Look at this Google search: https://i.imgur.com/Ao2y7Na.png
ATM Skimmer? Are you guys willing to give your money to a Scammer/Carder?!?



And here is the PM he sent me after my post on his thread calling him out.
https://i.imgur.com/9iTbYBD.png
He basically just admitted that all the accounts I mentioned in the above post were his and he used them to bump this thread!



Conclusion:
- He runs scammer HYIP websites;
- He is a carder;
- He uses multiple accounts on this forum to promote his script and HYIP projects.
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March 26, 2018, 08:58:52 AM
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Why were you trying to buy HYIP scripts in the first place? That just means that you were trying to scam people yourself.

Anyone who sells HYIP scripts probably operates one themselves, that's no surprise. The fact that they are willing to basically facilitate scammers with what they need is proof enough that they are scammers themselves. Plus, all HYIPs are ponzi schemes and you should know this. There are no legit "HYIPs". There are only ones who last longer and ones who doesn't last.

No surprise at all that eventually all his associated sites went scam. That's how HYIPs work.

Back to business - why were you trying to buy HYIP scripts? You clearly have done enough research in this thread alone to realize that there are no HYIPs that will ever fulfill what they promise. They are all ponzi schemes.

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Why were you trying to buy HYIP scripts in the first place? That just means that you were trying to scam people yourself.

Anyone who sells HYIP scripts probably operates one themselves, that's no surprise. The fact that they are willing to basically facilitate scammers with what they need is proof enough that they are scammers themselves. Plus, all HYIPs are ponzi schemes and you should know this. There are no legit "HYIPs". There are only ones who last longer and ones who doesn't last.

No surprise at all that eventually all his associated sites went scam. That's how HYIPs work.

Back to business - why were you trying to buy HYIP scripts? You clearly have done enough research in this thread alone to realize that there are no HYIPs that will ever fulfill what they promise. They are all ponzi schemes.

Not all HYIP are scammers. Perhaps you're the one who should stop being a sheep and do some research before posting accusations!

Let's take for example Bittorrent Trackers. It's not ethically correct to generalize and say that Bittorrent Trackers as a whole are illegal based on the assumption that a lot of them are used to share copyrighted data (e.g. Music, Movies, Games, Software, etc...), as this would mean that you're calling every Bittorrent Tracker ilegal whilst there are a few legal ones out there that are focused on sharing Free stuff (e.g. GNU/Linux).

I just did my part and gave you guys the evidence, you don't have to believe me, as a matter of fact, I encourage you to do your own research based on the criteria I posted. It's up to you.
Now, don't come here twisting the story and accusing people of something you clearly have no idea about. When I start selling or making deals on here, you're free to come post on my thread, until then, get back on topic.

Still, despite your arrogance, I will answer your question.
I'm a Professional Forex Trader and I make a living out of it, so naturally I have been thinking of a way to expand my profits.
I believe this to be beneficial for both parties. I make bigger profit on my trades by having a bigger account size and my customers receive their share according to the HYIP plan they choose and their investment size.

I'm very well aware of Ponzi Scammers and I know how these people make this business look bad for everyone else who's trying to be legit. I would be skeptical too.
I'm also aware that there's barely anything that I can say that would help people be less skeptical, you have to do your own research and do your own testing.

Only thing I can tell is to Never Invest More Than You Can Afford to Lose.
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